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Peters Street Station is a wheelchair accessible, non-smoking space with zero-step entry and gender-neutral bathroom on the first floor.
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The space is transit accessible, with the Vine City and Garnett MARTA train stations each a 15-minute (0.7 mile) walk away. There is also a bus stop right in front of the venue where Walker Street and Peters Street meet. This bus stop is serviced by MARTA route 813, which runs to and from the MARTA Five Points rail station.
Map of route to Peters Street Station from the Vine City MARTA train station: https://i.imgur.com/JDKdAnw.png
This route is wheelchair accessible. Take Northside Drive south until Trenholm Street. Sidewalks on the eastern side of Northside Drive are suggested for ease of travel. Take a left on Trenholm Street and follow the street until Peters Street appears. Peters Street Station will be on the left.
Map of route to Peters Street Station from the Garnett MARTA train station: https://i.imgur.com/vpbsanb.png
This route is NOT wheelchair accessible. Take Garnett Street west until Ted Turner Drive. Sidewalks on the northern side of Northside Drive are suggested for ease of travel. Take a right on Ted Turner Drive Street and follow the street until Trinity Avenue appears. Cross Trinity Avenue and then make a left to cross Ted Turner Avenue on to Peters Street on the opposite side. There is no curb cut to access Peters Street from Ted Turner Avenue. Follow Peters Street until Walker Street. Cross Walker Street and Peters Street Station will be on the right.
Limited free street parking is available in the streets adjacent to Peters Street Station. Please be aware of surroundings when parking: Do not block driveways and do not park in areas where signs indicate parking is not allowed. Escobar Restaurant & Tapas has a paid valet available next door to Peters Street Station. Taking transit, biking, walking, carpooling, and ridesharing (Uber or Lyft) are highly encouraged.